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Photographers take pictures as light shines through a cabin window on seat 17A, the empty seat that an Aeroflot official said was booked in the name of former CIA technician and National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, during Aeroflot flight SU150 from Moscow to Havana on June 24, 2013. Confusion over the whereabouts of Snowden grew after the flight flew from Moscow to Cuba with the seat remaining empty. (Associated Press)
Photo by: Alexander Zemlianichenko
Photographers take pictures as light shines through a cabin window on seat 17A, the empty seat that an Aeroflot official said was booked in the name of former CIA technician and National Security Agency leaker Edward Snowden, during Aeroflot flight SU150 from Moscow to Havana on June 24, 2013. Confusion over the whereabouts of Snowden grew after the flight flew from Moscow to Cuba with the seat remaining empty. (Associated Press)

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